A few suggestions for you:
- Bug can now be applied to a design flaw in a wide range of products.
- Similarly user error.
- Brain dump as a derivative perhaps of core dump - for example when about to leave a job, giving an unstructured transfer of information to a successor.
- In flowchart-style instructions for not-computing processes, I've seen subroutine a few times.
- Ping has acquired a meaning applicable to people; while normally still in a computing sense (like IRC) it does get used offline as well.
- Smart --phones could be described as computers, but "Smart cars" and many of the other uses couldn't be, despite the relationship to smart systems. (Thanks HotLicks)
Browsing any list off management buzzwords is likely to throw up a few more examples, some rather odd if you're familiar with the computing sense.
But computing itself has become mainstream, which slightly confuses the issue, by leading to uses like portable in the sense of usable of on different systems without installation in not strictly computer-related cases.